Birthing the new book #CALLEDHOME

By Lara/Trace Break out the cigars!  We have a new baby — the brand new anthology CALLED HOME [Book Two: Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects]. Whew – it took way more than nine months to make this baby! I do treat books like babies, giving them love and attention while they grow. Eventually […]

Adoption Experiment: Breaking the Spirit

The modern process of breaking the spirit of an expectant mother for the purpose of stealing her infant, reminds me of that old film taken by Hitler’s doctors of their own medical experiments, whereby they left a parent locked alone in a room with their baby, but without food or drink. They watched and filmed […]

The other side of adoption with Patricia Busbee and Trace DeMeyer

Check Out Politics Progressive Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Fire Talk Production on BlogTalkRadio with Fire Talk on BlogTalkRadio LINK: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/firetalkproduction/2011/09/25/the-other-side-of-adoption-with-trace-a-demeyer This interview is about Patricia’s and my book: Two Worlds: Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects (which had been called Split Feathers originally) We’ll be speaking together at Brock University in St. […]

Meet the Authors/Editors of Two Worlds

Patricia and I will be giving a book talk in Ontario – very exciting! Come join us – open to the public! Our anthology is being offered to the entire community as part of a Summer Reads Program! Click link to read more: Two Worlds

#LiebsterAward: End Human Trafficking

Liebster Award By Lara/Trace I am very honored to have received the Liebster Blog Award nomination from I am Worth The Effort.  L. Dwain connected with me on WordPress which led me to follow his blog.  I’ve since learned more about his work, I AM Worth The Effort initiative. I started this blog with the intent […]

Major contribution to Native American history published!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TWO WORLDS, Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects offers astounding narratives that challenge views on adoption After generations of Native children were forcibly removed from their Tribes and placed in residential boarding schools, children were also being placed in closed adoptions with non-Indian families in North America. Finding those children became […]